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I've always found it funny how when celebs gain weight or have trouble getting it off (when they were once slim), how they find a new sense of "confidence"...

I won't be surprised if in another couple of months we see a much slimmer version of her on the cover of Us Weekly or People with the title story "How I got my body back"
Originally Posted by FoxyCleopatraGuide
I think this chick is as full of BS as Jennifer Love Hewitt and Tyra Banks were about their weight issues. Thing is though neither Hewitt or Banks looked as bad with the weight gain that Aguleria does..

I know people's body goes thru changes..folks do gain weight at times..big deal. Plenty of plus sized women look just fine. But X-tina just really doesn't look good. She looks like she's wearing a mini fat suit and fat flesh makeup on her face. And then yet she still wants to dress like she a size 0 and age 20. She looked like Miss Piggy stuffed in a ripped trash bag with a horrific mangy flea infested wig on at that dayum MJ special.

And she must have forgot how she terrorized Kelly Obsourne about her weight..calling her fat and a pig and what not. But now that she's fat..it's a different story. Her man loving her body and her loving it..oh and her baby tacked on at the end is all that matters. Heffa...please! I know you are devastated on the inside and planning how you aren't gonna gain more and how you'll loose this weight!

And if she isn't..she'll wake up to it soon.
Originally Posted by *Marah*
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Originally Posted by Truqueen01
Exactly. I am 5'1 and I know she is around that height and we can't can't gain too much weight without looking all roley-poley like a Wizard of Oz munchkin. Not to mention those tittays are looking EXTRA SLEEPY, get a bra boo.

I've lost about 5lbs and I need to lose another 10. It has nothing to do with what people are thinking of you, but be real honey. All that weight is not for you and squishing yourself in small clothes and calling yourself sexy ain't working.

I think this chick is as full of BS as Jennifer Love Hewitt and Tyra Banks were about their weight issues. Thing is though neither Hewitt or Banks looked as bad with the weight gain that Aguleria does..

I know people's body goes thru changes..folks do gain weight at times..big deal. Plenty of plus sized women look just fine. But X-tina just really doesn't look good. She looks like she's wearing a mini fat suit and fat flesh makeup on her face. And then yet she still wants to dress like she a size 0 and age 20. She looked like Miss Piggy stuffed in a ripped trash bag with a horrific mangy flea infested wig on at that dayum MJ special.

And she must have forgot how she terrorized Kelly Obsourne about her weight..calling her fat and a pig and what not. But now that she's fat..it's a different story. Her man loving her body and her loving it..oh and her baby tacked on at the end is all that matters. Heffa...please! I know you are devastated on the inside and planning how you aren't gonna gain more and how you'll loose this weight!

And if she isn't..she'll wake up to it soon.
Originally Posted by *Marah*
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Originally Posted by Truqueen01
Exactly. I am 5'1 and I know she is around that height and we can't can't gain too much weight without looking all roley-poley like a Wizard of Oz munchkin. Not to mention those tittays are looking EXTRA SLEEPY, get a bra boo.

I've lost about 5lbs and I need to lose another 10. It has nothing to do with what people are thinking of you, but be real honey. All that weight is not for you and squishing yourself in small clothes and calling yourself sexy ain't working.
Originally Posted by cheveuxbouclés
Right!! Im a curvy 18 & I know I need to lose some weight (for health reasons if nothing else). Im all for confidence & working what you have. But seriously, what Ms A has on isnt cute to anyone except her. Lets keep it real, sometimes big girls try to rock what they shouldnt. Baby its your size but it shoalll aint flattering. JS!
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I actually don't think Christina Aguilera is fat. However, I do think she needs to dress for her size and not try to stuff her body into clothing she fit a year ago. That's just bad form. Also, she def needs a bra. But...that pic up there is just BAD. She is wearing too much makeup and laughing so her face looks like it's plastered on, that dress is tacky...and she really needs to let go of that platinum blonde hair. Her wigs/weaves/whatever STAY looking a mess. I would rather her fix that before she loses weight. The pics in this video have her looking much better - Christima Aguilera Says People Making Fun of Her Weight Doesn't Bother Her - YouTube. I wonder if people would still be calling her fat if they never knew how tiny she used to be or if she were a WOC. Just sayin.
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Originally Posted by Truqueen01
Exactly. I am 5'1 and I know she is around that height and we can't can't gain too much weight without looking all roley-poley like a Wizard of Oz munchkin. Not to mention those tittays are looking EXTRA SLEEPY, get a bra boo.

I've lost about 5lbs and I need to lose another 10. It has nothing to do with what people are thinking of you, but be real honey. All that weight is not for you and squishing yourself in small clothes and calling yourself sexy ain't working.
Originally Posted by cheveuxbouclés
Right!! Im a curvy 18 & I know I need to lose some weight (for health reasons if nothing else). Im all for confidence & working what you have. But seriously, what Ms A has on isnt cute to anyone except her. Lets keep it real, sometimes big girls try to rock what they shouldnt. Baby its your size but it shoalll aint flattering. JS!
Originally Posted by Truqueen01
I agree. Just cause they make it in your size, don't mean you should wear it. To whoever styles her - kill yo' self. ASAP. I mean, you rich. They make good bras for that. At least appear to care. If she okay being a biggums, that's cool. Ive seen plenty of big girls dressed sexy, but tasteful. Play up your assets, but dress for your particular body. Please. For all humanity....please
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NEA, you just said my past engagement experience

I was engaged from 20-26. It was the best and worst experience of my life. I was in some love do you hear me but my ex fiance had to make a choice between his kids and me. I dont blame him either because I would have done the same.

Drama, two daughters. When we were dating they were 8-9. Long story short. They are now in College and he is miserable. He calls me to this day. Im cordial but distant. He has hope that Im sitting on a shelf waiting for him. Not so.

The ironic thing is , I loved those girls like they were my own , they wanted their mother and father back together so I had no chance from the get go.

Opened my eyes WIDE
Originally Posted by Cerendipity
Yeah. I told your experience and so many other women have your story. That male/female dynamic is a force. Girls clown and daddies allow it. It's manipulation at ifs finest.

I don't have kids, so I guess I should.go sit down. But, I'm not going to. I'm at work, but when I get home, I'm gonna spell it out and let the chips fall and I'm going to call out some whack parenting.

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I'm just drained. I can't believe this grade. I don't even want to do my independent study with this prof anymore. I hate him! I never want to see his face! I deserved so much better! He must have FAILED me on the final paper to come up with this ******** total cuz I got As all semester. What the **** are you on man! I don't want to research anything with you! Just wanna graduate. Don't even want to go to law school. Just want to be done. Don't care about over reacting. I deserved better. Too proud to tell his asz that though. He should KNOW I deserve better.
NEA, you just said my past engagement experience

I was engaged from 20-26. It was the best and worst experience of my life. I was in some love do you hear me but my ex fiance had to make a choice between his kids and me. I dont blame him either because I would have done the same.

Drama, two daughters. When we were dating they were 8-9. Long story short. They are now in College and he is miserable. He calls me to this day. Im cordial but distant. He has hope that Im sitting on a shelf waiting for him. Not so.

The ironic thing is , I loved those girls like they were my own , they wanted their mother and father back together so I had no chance from the get go.

Opened my eyes WIDE
Originally Posted by Cerendipity
Yeah. I told your experience and so many other women have your story. That male/female dynamic is a force. Girls clown and daddies allow it. It's manipulation at ifs finest.

I don't have kids, so I guess I should.go sit down. But, I'm not going to. I'm at work, but when I get home, I'm gonna spell it out and let the chips fall and I'm going to call out some whack parenting.

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Originally Posted by Ninjarette

I'm not saying I disagree withall of ya'll regarding kids and parents/step=parents. I'm just calling out the real problem: the adults. I don't think my mom(s) and dad(s) ever gave me the OPTION of trying to act up on them. They also didn't give each other the OPTION of acting a fool with one another. So the foolery didn't trickle down to us and sabotage any of the relationships. Parents shouldn't put their adult issues on their children. Simple as that. Grow the hell up. If you're going to divorce, do that if you want to. You can minus out all the squabbling, fighting and other nonsense. Spraying all those negative emotions in the air is what is detrimental to the children. I get the "drama" ya'll are talking about, but I think it sucks that the children should suffer for the foolishness of the adults that should be trying to do the best thing for them.
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Christina is not fat. What the hell?lol


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My ex's oldest daughter was the problem. Her mother was a POS and I say that with the nicest smile.

I turned their house into a home and tried to be their friend, not their mother, They would try and play their father off of me. At times he corrected the issues but for the most part they got over. It was a mess , after 5 years I had to let it go


Whats so funny is , the man literally just called me 5 minutes ago.

" Everyones gone and I'm lonely, its just the dogs and me"

I surely did laugh in my head and changed the subject. I told him years ago , you will wind up lonely and alone because the choices you made/making aren't right. You're allowing the kids to rule our relationship out of guilt.
I actually don't think Christina Aguilera is fat. However, I do think she needs to dress for her size and not try to stuff her body into clothing she fit a year ago. That's just bad form. Also, she def needs a bra. But...that pic up there is just BAD. She is wearing too much makeup and laughing so her face looks like it's plastered on, that dress is tacky...and she really needs to let go of that platinum blonde hair. Her wigs/weaves/whatever STAY looking a mess. I would rather her fix that before she loses weight. The pics in this video have her looking much better - Christima Aguilera Says People Making Fun of Her Weight Doesn't Bother Her - YouTube. I wonder if people would still be calling her fat if they never knew how tiny she used to be or if she were a WOC. Just sayin.
Originally Posted by CurlyElectra
Yeah, age looks a lot better in that vid. She even has that same dress on in one of those pics. I guess the pic foxy posted was just a REALLY bad angle, b/c I'll be darned if her body didn't look like someone's granny tryna be sexy in that pic.

I don't think she's fat at all really, but I dont think the extra weight suits her body. Her thighs are bigger than her hips, which causes that weird indentation. But there are celebs out there A LOT bigger.


This reminds me of that season of bgc where everyone was drooling over the black "video vixen" girl's body, but going in on the white girl, calling her fat when she was actually smaller and had less body fat than the black girl. And they had pretty much the same shape. I was so confused lol.

On my EVO. I'm too fancy for proofreading.

Last edited by Keenylicious; 01-10-2012 at 11:51 AM.
NEA, you just said my past engagement experience

I was engaged from 20-26. It was the best and worst experience of my life. I was in some love do you hear me but my ex fiance had to make a choice between his kids and me. I dont blame him either because I would have done the same.

Drama, two daughters. When we were dating they were 8-9. Long story short. They are now in College and he is miserable. He calls me to this day. Im cordial but distant. He has hope that Im sitting on a shelf waiting for him. Not so.

The ironic thing is , I loved those girls like they were my own , they wanted their mother and father back together so I had no chance from the get go.

Opened my eyes WIDE
Originally Posted by Cerendipity
Yeah. I told your experience and so many other women have your story. That male/female dynamic is a force. Girls clown and daddies allow it. It's manipulation at ifs finest.

I don't have kids, so I guess I should.go sit down. But, I'm not going to. I'm at work, but when I get home, I'm gonna spell it out and let the chips fall and I'm going to call out some whack parenting.

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Originally Posted by Ninjarette

I'm not saying I disagree withall of ya'll regarding kids and parents/step=parents. I'm just calling out the real problem: the adults. I don't think my mom(s) and dad(s) ever gave me the OPTION of trying to act up on them. They also didn't give each other the OPTION of acting a fool with one another. So the foolery didn't trickle down to us and sabotage any of the relationships. Parents shouldn't put their adult issues on their children. Simple as that. Grow the hell up. If you're going to divorce, do that if you want to. You can minus out all the squabbling, fighting and other nonsense. Spraying all those negative emotions in the air is what is detrimental to the children. I get the "drama" ya'll are talking about, but I think it sucks that the children should suffer for the foolishness of the adults that should be trying to do the best thing for them.
Originally Posted by demsdata
I don't think the drama kids can cause necessarily has to have anything to do with the drama parents can cause. My parents are separated. They are PERFECTLY amicable. Neither of them would've encouraged me to act out against a new spouse. But if one of them had gotten me a replacement parent, I would've acted like an unholy terror. And believe that my parents raised me to fear their wrath and respect them. And I'm old enough now to realize that such behavior would be inappropriate. But child!me didn't give a dam. I WANTED one of my parents to step out with another man/woman. I would've taken it as carte blanche to do whatever...cuz if my parents could disrespect me by replacing one another I could disrespect them by disrespecting their sidepieces. And yeah that's what I woulda called them (if I'd known the lingo back then LOL)

Most children aren't as rational as you seem to have been. Add that to the fact that most of us from "broken homes" (hate that term ) suffer to some degree from that. I pity the hypothetical woman that would have tried to step to my daddy. Ain't enough whippings in the world to have stopped me from making her as miserable as possible. As a child.
My ex's oldest daughter was the problem. Her mother was a POS and I say that with the nicest smile.

I turned their house into a home and tried to be their friend, not their mother, They would try and play their father off of me. At times he corrected the issues but for the most part they got over. It was a mess , after 5 years I had to let it go


Whats so funny is , the man literally just called me 5 minutes ago.

" Everyones gone and I'm lonely, its just the dogs and me"

I surely did laugh in my head and changed the subject. I told him years ago , you will wind up lonely and alone because the choices you made/making aren't right. You're allowing the kids to rule our relationship out of guilt.
Originally Posted by Cerendipity
I understand that. But kids are usually operating from what they've learned from their parents. It still goes back to the parents. It sucks that you got caught in the crossfires of their lack. Is it her fault that he couldn't man up? Not only is he doing you wrong, he's not doing her any favors either.
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Yeah. I told your experience and so many other women have your story. That male/female dynamic is a force. Girls clown and daddies allow it. It's manipulation at ifs finest.

I don't have kids, so I guess I should.go sit down. But, I'm not going to. I'm at work, but when I get home, I'm gonna spell it out and let the chips fall and I'm going to call out some whack parenting.

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Originally Posted by Ninjarette

I'm not saying I disagree withall of ya'll regarding kids and parents/step=parents. I'm just calling out the real problem: the adults. I don't think my mom(s) and dad(s) ever gave me the OPTION of trying to act up on them. They also didn't give each other the OPTION of acting a fool with one another. So the foolery didn't trickle down to us and sabotage any of the relationships. Parents shouldn't put their adult issues on their children. Simple as that. Grow the hell up. If you're going to divorce, do that if you want to. You can minus out all the squabbling, fighting and other nonsense. Spraying all those negative emotions in the air is what is detrimental to the children. I get the "drama" ya'll are talking about, but I think it sucks that the children should suffer for the foolishness of the adults that should be trying to do the best thing for them.
Originally Posted by demsdata
I don't think the drama kids can cause necessarily has to have anything to do with the drama parents can cause. My parents are separated. They are PERFECTLY amicable. Neither of them would've encouraged me to act out against a new spouse. But if one of them had gotten me a replacement parent, I would've acted like an unholy terror. And believe that my parents raised me to fear their wrath and respect them. And I'm old enough now to realize that such behavior would be inappropriate. But child!me didn't give a dam. I WANTED one of my parents to step out with another man/woman. I would've taken it as carte blanche to do whatever...cuz if my parents could disrespect me by replacing one another I could disrespect them by disrespecting their sidepieces. And yeah that's what I woulda called them (if I'd known the lingo back then LOL)

Most children aren't as rational as you seem to have been. Add that to the fact that most of us from "broken homes" (hate that term ) suffer to some degree from that. I pity the hypothetical woman that would have tried to step to my daddy. Ain't enough whippings in the world to have stopped me from making her as miserable as possible. As a child.
Originally Posted by AmberBrown
I'm laughing and snorting. You were a bad a*** kid huh? I think age of the child factors in too though. I ain't even trying to tackle no pre-teen or teenager right smack in the middle of a divorce lol. That would be hard indeed. I don't think my step-dad (nor my step-mother) ever put themselves out there like they were a replacement. Perhaps that's why we didn't have any issues?

And my parents did raise some pretty rational kids lol. We're usually very logical and rational as adults too.
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I'm not saying I disagree withall of ya'll regarding kids and parents/step=parents. I'm just calling out the real problem: the adults. I don't think my mom(s) and dad(s) ever gave me the OPTION of trying to act up on them. They also didn't give each other the OPTION of acting a fool with one another. So the foolery didn't trickle down to us and sabotage any of the relationships. Parents shouldn't put their adult issues on their children. Simple as that. Grow the hell up. If you're going to divorce, do that if you want to. You can minus out all the squabbling, fighting and other nonsense. Spraying all those negative emotions in the air is what is detrimental to the children. I get the "drama" ya'll are talking about, but I think it sucks that the children should suffer for the foolishness of the adults that should be trying to do the best thing for them.
Originally Posted by demsdata
I don't think the drama kids can cause necessarily has to have anything to do with the drama parents can cause. My parents are separated. They are PERFECTLY amicable. Neither of them would've encouraged me to act out against a new spouse. But if one of them had gotten me a replacement parent, I would've acted like an unholy terror. And believe that my parents raised me to fear their wrath and respect them. And I'm old enough now to realize that such behavior would be inappropriate. But child!me didn't give a dam. I WANTED one of my parents to step out with another man/woman. I would've taken it as carte blanche to do whatever...cuz if my parents could disrespect me by replacing one another I could disrespect them by disrespecting their sidepieces. And yeah that's what I woulda called them (if I'd known the lingo back then LOL)

Most children aren't as rational as you seem to have been. Add that to the fact that most of us from "broken homes" (hate that term ) suffer to some degree from that. I pity the hypothetical woman that would have tried to step to my daddy. Ain't enough whippings in the world to have stopped me from making her as miserable as possible. As a child.
Originally Posted by AmberBrown
I'm laughing and snorting. You were a bad a*** kid huh? I think age of the child factors in too though. I ain't even trying to tackle no pre-teen or teenager right smack in the middle of a divorce lol. That would be hard indeed. I don't think my step-dad (nor my step-mother) ever put themselves out there like they were a replacement. Perhaps that's why we didn't have any issues?
Originally Posted by demsdata
Psssht I was the mild one. My little sister would have had something 10x worse to type. And I should note that this is all one big hypothetical. Neither of my parents have brought a relationship to my attention in the 11 years they've been separated. Hell, they haven't even divorced. So this is speculation...but I remember how I felt when they split up and I remember how I felt when other women even shook my father's hand (for some reason I was always more leery of other women than men trying to "take" my mom). Booooy if thoughts could kill (I knew better than to give evil looks in my dad's presence).

And yeah, age is definitely a factor. I was 9 when I was crafting all these diabolical and unnecessary plans. Old enough to be vicious and hurt, but not old enough to REALLY consider the consequences of my actions and the pain I could cause my parents.

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